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Trials and Arbitration

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  • Las Vegas-area couple plead not guilty in child death case

    A man and woman accused of leaving a pregnant 17-year-old girl to care for their sickly 3-year-old daughter months before the child was found dead in a Las Vegas-area home pleaded not guilty Thursday to murder and child abuse charges. An indictment filed...
  • Expert says "hit list" was written by Delaware court gunman

    A supposed "hit list" and two homemade death certificates found after a shooting at a Delaware courthouse in 2013 were written by the gunman whose widow and children are being tried on federal conspiracy and cyberstalking charges, a defense handwriting...
  • Indictment: Ex-lawmaker Mel Reynolds failed to file tax returns for 4 years

     Indictment: Ex-lawmaker Mel Reynolds failed to file tax returns for 4 years
    Former U.S. Rep. Mel Reynolds has been indicted on allegations he failed to file income tax returns from 2009 through 2012. A former Rhodes scholar and rising star in the Democratic Party, Reynolds was convicted in two separate cases in the 1990s for...
  • Former Oklahoma volunteer deputy waives hearing

    A former Oklahoma volunteer sheriff's deputy who fatally shot a restrained and unarmed man waived his right to a preliminary hearing Friday and was ordered to stand trial. Robert Bates, the 73-year-old former Tulsa County Sheriff's Office reserve,...
  • Ex-DEA agent pleads guilty to stealing bitcoins during Silk Road investigation

    Ex-DEA agent pleads guilty to stealing bitcoins during Silk Road investigation
    A former federal agent has pleaded guilty to charges that he stole more than $200,000 worth of digital currency and tried to sell law enforcement secrets to the mastermind behind the online drug market Silk Road, prosecutors announced Wednesday.  Carl...
  • Former Illinois US Rep. Mel Reynolds indicted on tax charges

    A former U.S. congressman from Illinois who has been in legal trouble before is in legal trouble again — this time for allegedly not filing required federal tax returns for consecutive years. A grand jury indictment unsealed Friday charges Mel...
  • Worcester man gets up to 20 years in prison for 2010 killing

    A Worcester man has been sentenced to 15 to 20 years in prison for fatally shooting his best friend in 2010. The Telegram & Gazette reports (http://bit.ly/1e7YPd0 ) that 28-year-old Carl Larocque was sentenced Friday in Worcester Superior Court for the...
  • Mathews man to serve 17 years on distribution of cocaine charge

    A Mathews County man was sentenced in circuit court on Wednesday to serve 17 years in jail for distribution of cocaine. According to Mathews Commonwealth's Attorney Tom Bowen, Wilbert McArthur Lee, Jr., 36, was found guilty by a jury in March of...
  • Suspended WV teacher pleads guilty to gun charge

    A suspended high school math teacher has pleaded guilty to buying a gun for a felon. The Charleston Gazette reports (http://bit.ly/1IP2uo9 ) that 39-year-old Jennifer Napier pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Charleston on Wednesday. According...
  • Judge sentences teen for sex assault in Dieruff basement

    Judge sentences teen for sex assault in Dieruff basement
    Noting that the case sent a ripple of fear through the community, a Lehigh County judge on Wednesday sent a 16-year-old boy who admitted he sexually assaulted a girl in the basement of Allentown's Dieruff High School to a locked juvenile facility for...
  • Cindy Omidi asks judge for probation instead of prison

    Cindy Omidi asks judge for probation instead of prison
    A Los Angeles woman has asked a federal judge to sentence her to probation instead of prison for violating laws designed to prevent money laundering. Cindy Omidi, 66, was convicted in October of illegally buying postal money orders in an amount just...